The Los Angeles Dodgers walked off on Sunday night at Chavez Ravine to take a 2-0 lead in the NLCS as the series shifts to Chicago on Tuesday.
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It’s about that time of the year again. You ready, Cubs fans? It did, at times throughout 2017, seem that this year’s team would never be able to replicate last year’s performance, […]
On April 15, lefty Brian Duensing was brought in to pitch the seventh inning for the Cubs and preserve a 6-3 lead. By the time Joe Maddon strolled out to remove him, […]
When I first took out my phone this morning and saw that I had missed 32 texts from my baseball buddies (and that more were coming in), I assumed correctly that José […]
It’s safe to say that nobody expected this to be the Cubs’ situation at the All-Star Break. I mean, if you had told me before the season started that on July 12 […]
The Cubs have finally inked first round pick Alex Lange, despite some drama concerning the right-hander’s health. Whatever the medical issue was, it was significant enough to postpone an agreement until […]
Earlier this week, 2017 international free agency officially began. Many teams (and most top prospects) have already had verbal deals in place for months, a process that is technically against the rules, […]
The Cubs split a four-game series with the Washington Nationals this week, a wild one with not one but two ninth-inning comebacks and a verbal conflict within the Cubs’ clubhouse that resulted in a […]
The Cubs made a few changes to their roster this morning, sending Kyle Schwarber to Triple-A Iowa, placing Jason Heyward on the disabled list, and calling up right-handed pitcher Dylan Floro and […]
The Cubs’ collective pitching staff kept the Padres in check, allowing a mere five runs over the span of three days and leading the team to wins in two of three chances. […]